Toronto – The Ontario Chapter of the Electrical Apparatus Service Association (EASA) — one of three EASA chapters in Canada, held its 2015 annual general meeting in Toronto in January, with exhibitors and attendees coming from across Canada and the US.
The event includes a tabletop trade show featuring exhibitors who service the motor repair and sales industry.
This year’s technical course was presented at the Armstrong Fluid Technology pump facility, where attendees had the chance to tour the plant, discuss pumps and their applications, and attend a half-day seminar on rotor balancing.
During the meeting, Sid Seymour moved into the role of past president as he passed on the duties of president to Jason McGruthers. Scott Cotterill stepped into the post of vice-president and Christopher Culver is the group’s secretary for the next year.
Ontario Chapter’s Spring meeting will take place at the Best Western Plus Leamington & Conference Center in Leamington, ON, May 1-2, 2015. For more information, visit www.easaontario.ca.
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